I've been meaning to post this for a while - in the 12/27 issue of Newsweek (not sure if it's the US edition, but I presume it is), there were some interesting photos from afghanistan and, I think, iraq. There were taken with what looks like a holga (or maybe woca). They are in my gallery linked below.
While the images themselves, as holga/woca images, are kinda interesting, I am still trying to figure out why the photographer would have chosen to capture these images with such a camera. Seems odd. They aren't any more discreet, or durable, or any other trait that would make that much of a difference. Thoughts?
my gallery of scans from newsweek